June 1, 2020

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Pastor Thom Washington, of 4CI, tells of how he went undiagnosed and how his condition was wrongfully treated while being in the hospital for over a week. After advocating for himself, was then diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer, but through faith and some use of conventional medicine, he was able to overcome the impossible.

May 21, 2020

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Throughout my life, my parents have done everything in their power to give my siblings and me a better life than they had. I am grateful to say that I was privileged enough to have spent my childhood attending private school, traveling, going to plays, having a bounty of toys, and being able to take extracurricular activities. My parents and my village raised me to be strong, of service to others, and a go-getter. But they also raised me to be sick.

May 13, 2020

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Dr. Jacquelyn Cortez-Sammons spent over 12 years practicing medicine in a clinical setting but did not feel like she was able to give her best to her patients because of all the “protocols” she was required to follow while treating them. A little over a year ago she took a sudden leap of faith to open up Transformation Health and Wellness, in order to better serve her patients.

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March 5, 2019

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In 2005, I underwent my first ACL surgery. To say the very least, the surgery was UNSUCCESSFUL. Due to a doctor’s poor judgment, it took less than an hour for me to go from preparing for a half marathon to being bedridden and permanently disabled. I have spent every day, since, in pain.

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July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

There are over 100 different types of arthritis. Simply defined, arthritis is inflammation of the joints, but the inflammation caused by arthritis can affect the whole body. There is a common assumption that arthritis sufferers are middle aged adults, but many juveniles suffer from this debilitating disease as well. Inflammation is your body’s natural response to trauma, but arthritis is a chronic response rather than an acute response. Juvenile Arthritis is thought to be an autoimmune disorder. Although there is no way to prevent arthritis, parents or caregivers can help Juvenile Arthritis sufferers by: limiting the intake of inflammation causing foods (Dairy, Processed Carbs), well-balanced diet (this can help with the body’s inflammation response), encouraging activity (although it may be hard and painful to move, small stretches and low impact activity will help ease the pain and increase blood flow), and compression (wrapping the affected area can help ease inflammation).

For more information about Juvenile Arthritis, click here.

July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

There are over 100 different types of arthritis. Simply defined, arthritis is inflammation of the joints, but the inflammation caused by arthritis can affect the whole body. There is a common assumption that arthritis sufferers are middle aged adults, but many juveniles suffer from this debilitating disease as well. Inflammation is your body’s natural response to trauma, but arthritis is a chronic response rather than an acute response. Juvenile Arthritis is thought to be an autoimmune disorder. Although there is no way to prevent arthritis, parents or caregivers can help Juvenile Arthritis sufferers by: limiting the intake of inflammation causing foods (Dairy, Processed Carbs), well-balanced diet (this can help with the body’s inflammation response), encouraging activity (although it may be hard and painful to move, small stretches and low impact activity will help ease the pain and increase blood flow), and compression (wrapping the affected area can help ease inflammation).

For more information about Juvenile Arthritis, click here.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Men are pillars within their communities and their homes. A pillar’s purpose is to provide strong, steady, and lasting support. In order for the pillar to continue to do its job it needs to be maintained. On average, men die five years sooner than women. Men are also more likely to have heart disease, kidney disease, strokes, and diabetes—just to name a few. They are also more likely to die from unintentional injuries. This Men’s Health Month, I want you all to know that here at PatientKnowlogy we SEE and HEAR you. We see how hard you work to provide for your families. We see how hard you are fighting for change so that others can have a brighter future. We hear your silent screams of pain that you push through. We hear your silent cries for help when questions surrounding your health go unanswered.

This month I want you all to realize how much you are needed and appreciated. So please get physical and get a physical, because we all need you.

If you have questions that need answers, please subscribe to our newsletter and tell us what concerns YOU because we are ALL in this together.

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Empowerment.

PatientKnowlogy is a community where EVERYONE is welcomed to share their health journeys, ask questions, and gain knowledge. The goal of PatientKnowlogy is to educate patients and connect them with industry professionals who will be sharing tips, tools, resources, and knowledge that will empower patients to take control of their health.

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